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Sarah Pye

Sarah has a few different styles, though they can all be recognised by her distinctive use of bold colour and light.
From  pointillist woodlands and blossom, to floral meadows and atmospheric coastal scenes depicting fun times by the sea.

Sarah uses many layers of Acrylic paint in her work, both loose, splashy and heavy impasto. There is always a sense of playfulness and Impressionism in her work, and her aim is to make you smile.

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Liz Chaderton

Pure Animal Magic! If you’re a lover of nature and her fauna, then Liz captures the Zeal and life in all animals both wild and domesticated. Its all in the eyes.
Liz’s  loose and vibrant watercolour and mixed media animals, with a twinkle in their eye and a feeling of being alive, will capture your imagination and your heart.

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Clare Buchta

Atmospheric and evocative oils with delicious muted pallets. Clare’s unique style is contemporary in feel and her use of colour exceptional whilst depicting scenes that we can all recognise, evoking memories of a day.

Julie Adlard

Stunning scenes in delicious colours with a quirky feel. Quintessentially English harbours, semi-abstract landscapes, London cityscapes and beautiful Italian scenes of Venice and the Amalfi coast. Julie’s images are created with clay, which then becomes an inextricable  part of her canvas giving a three-dimensional relief and a tactile texture that can’t help but demand a closer look...

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Sally Dorrity

I am very drawn to movement in my work, taking my inspiration from traditional classic forms as well as from the lines, tones and textures of nature. My ceramics and my skills are continually evolving and progressing, as I pursue my fascination with clay and its many possibilities.

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